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* ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON PAIR OF LARGE 'TUDRIC' BULLET SHAPE PEWTER & ENAMEL VASES, CIRCA 1900

* ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON PAIR OF LARGE 'TUDRIC' BULLET SHAPE PEWTER & ENAMEL VASES, CIRCA 1900

Archibald Knox - made by W. H. Haseler & Co., for Liberty & Co. "Tudric" Ewer.  Circa 1904-1926.

Ewer Designed by Archbald Knox (British, made by W. Haseler & Co. for Liberty & Co., London “Tudric” pewter Centimetres: (height), (width), (outside diameter) Designed.

ARCHIBALD KNOX Brooch

Art Nouveau Brooch made by Murrle Bennett Co. Natural blister pearl framed by a gold celtic entrelac mount the design attributed to Archibald Knox. Knox designs are known to have been made by Murrle Bennett Co, circa 1900

ARCHIBALD KNOX An Important Diadem Comb for Liberty & Co

ARCHIBALD KNOX An Important Diadem Comb for Liberty & Co

Art Nouveau diadem/comb, Archibald Knox, Liberty & Co., The fiery central opal is set among gold entrelacs of flowers and foliage enriched with superb plique-à-jour enamel. The reverse is embossed with a butterfly motif.

Rare silver table lamp designed by Archibald Knox for the Sotheby's 'Arts Decoratifs du XXe Siecle & Design Contemporain' show, Paris, 1905

Rare silver table lamp designed by Archibald Knox for the Sotheby's 'Arts Decoratifs du XXe Siecle & Design Contemporain' show, Paris, 1905

ARCHIBALD KNOX Art Nouveau Ring. An important & previously unrecorded fabulous Liberty & Co Ring designed by Archibald Knox. Gold with a beautiful boulder opal.

ARCHIBALD KNOX Art Nouveau Ring

View this item and discover similar fashion rings for sale at - An important & previously unrecorded fabulous Liberty & Co Ring designed by Archibald Knox. Gold with a beautiful boulder opal.

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON AND JAMES COUPER & SONS, GLASGOW  'TUDRIC' PEWTER AND 'CLUTHA' GLASS COUPE, CIRCA 1903  the shaped bowl with aventurine and white swirls, the foliate cast pierced support on three finned legs, stamped marks ENGLISH PEWTER/ 0276  20cm diameter, 16cm high  Estimate £ 1,000-1,500  Sold for £1,750 (buyer's premium included

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON AND JAMES COUPER & SONS, GLASGOW 'TUDRIC' PEWTER AND 'CLUTHA' GLASS COUPE, CIRCA 1903 the shaped bowl with aventurine and white swirls, the foliate cast pierced support on three finned legs, stamped marks ENGLISH PEWTER/ 0276 20cm diameter, 16cm high Estimate £ 1,000-1,500 Sold for £1,750 (buyer's premium included

ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON TUDRIC POLISHED PEWTER, COPPER AND ENAMEL CLOCK, CIRCA 1902 17.5CM WIDE, 20.5CM HIGH - SALE 405 - LOT 142 - LYON & TURNBULL

Tudric Pewter, Copper & Enamel Clock by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.

Art Nouveau - Pendulette - Archibald Knox - 1902

Silver Arts & Crafts clock designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. Enamel on silver dial, with mother of pearl centre. Faux rivet decoration and mother of pearl inlay to front and sides Set with turquoise stones to top and front.

Buckle, The Planta (Model 188) designed 1899, made 1906/07 - silver, enamel. Archibald Knox, designer (British , 1864 - 1933)

Archibald Knox (designer) Buckle, The Planta (Model designed made - silver, enamel

Archibald Knox (1864-1933) - For Liberty & Co. - Kettle on Stand. Sterling Silver with Wooid Handle. Birmingham, England. Circa 1902.

Liberty sterling silver kettle on stand by Archibald Knox 1902 Birmingham -- It's things like this that make me wish I had a printer (one that worked with silver.

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, possibly by W. W. Reville-Terry Ltd., London, c. 1935. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011062311979?pos=46&count=133&folder_id=2144). According to the book "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway, 1896-1938," this may have been the blue and silver-grey striped chiffon gown that Queen Maud is said to have worn on Midsummer's Eve 1935.

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, possibly by W. W. Reville-Terry Ltd., London, c. 1935. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011062311979?pos=46&count=133&folder_id=2144). According to the book "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway, 1896-1938," this may have been the blue and silver-grey striped chiffon gown that Queen Maud is said to have worn on Midsummer's Eve 1935.

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